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Science of Scabs and Pus, The : The Sticky Truth about Blood

Series: The Science of...

by Ian Graham


Franklin Watts
September 2017


Non-Fiction
Ages 8 – 18 . Grades 3 – 12

Lexile measure: 940L


We all have blood inside us. It is constantly on the move, traveling around your body carrying all sorts of useful things the body needs. This engrossing guide to blood explores the structure, uses, and lifecycle of blood, covering everything from why we grow scabs over cuts to why people donate blood at hospitals.
Ian Graham

Ian Graham is a highly experienced author having written over 180 illustrated non-fiction books and contributed to many articles for magazines. After completing a BSc. in applied physics he took a postgraduate diploma in Journalism at City University, London. He began work as an editor before setting up a freelance business writing and editing, this included editing the magazine Space Voyager. Ian now lives in Norfolk in the U.K.

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$9.95

ISBN: 9780531232385

40pp. | 8-½ x 9-½